Most often, the reaction of the hiss of hydrogen surprised the children, whose parents are treating the wound.
This process causes interest and bewilderment, no less interesting are the causes that cause the fluid to bubble violently.
Hydrogen Peroxide - the simplest representativePeroxides, it is colorless, has a metallic taste, is unlimitedly soluble in water, alcohol and ether. Peroxide is the most common antiseptic, it disinfects wounds and irritations on the skin, kills all kinds of infections in them.
Peroxide is the strongest oxidant ifEven if a drop falls on any part of the human skin, immediately a reaction occurs, a white spot appears, which can already be considered a dead site, on which there are no viruses and bacteria.
Peroxide of hydrogen, oddly enough, is one of the forms of oxygen.
Perhaps the most common explanationHissing hydrogen peroxide is its property on contact to decay and oxidize. And it breaks up with the release of oxygen, which is accompanied by some hissing. Being in the jar, hydrogen peroxide is fairly stable, but if it reacts with the blood on the wound, it immediately disintegrates. Many believe that with the help of foam, which stands out in the hiss, both mud and microbes come out.
Hydrogen peroxide contains a small amount ofThe quantity of a poisonous substance that allows to apply it in all spheres of human life. You will not believe, but there are hundreds of ways to use it. Just imagine hydrogen peroxide is used:
- in teeth whitening,
- when treating acne,
- in surgery, with burns,
- when refueling air conditioners and cleaning their filters,
- in rocket fuel,
- in the food industry.
These spheres are not related, but peroxideHydrogen is used by absolutely everything. In traumatology, hydrogen peroxide is used, as a green, for the treatment of wounds after accidents, purulent areas of the skin, various native lesions, in order to decontaminate and ensure the cleanliness and sterility of the damaged skin area. Unlike the greens solution, diamond hydrogen peroxide is more compatible with sensitive mucous cells, does not burn them, but only flushes and disinfects them. However, like any active drug, getting into the eyes, peroxide causes serious irritation, so you should immediately wash and see a doctor.
Hydrogen peroxide is sometimes even taken internally for medicinal purposes.
Sufficiently wide use of peroxideHydrogen obtained in the fight against sulfur plugs in the ears: a drop of hydrogen enters the ear and starts to hiss, the patient hears this sound, perhaps this is the most unpleasant thing in the procedure! Peroxide reacts with a sulfur plug, it simply destroys it with its powerful substances.
In addition, hydrogen peroxide is used whenProcessing of public objects (pens, microphones, glasses in cinemas), as well as medical equipment: it is poured into special containers, which put various medical items in order for them to undergo complete disinfection. The treated products are aseptic and safe.